Ed Mead's Property Podcast - Episode 5 is LIVE!

Posted on 28 Jan, 2019

 

Welcome back to Ed’s Property Podcast!

In this episode, we are joined by Richard Blanco – A successful Landlord himself with properties/shops across 6 London boroughs, and he is also the London representative for the National Landlord Association (NLA)

He began his career in Theatre and Dance, set up and ran an agency, became an arts consultant and also studied a MA in Theatre – Meanwhile, with all of this going on Richard decided to start investing into property, buying property at auction and building up his portfolio.

Find out how Richard found his confidence for buying and letting, his thoughts on what is going on within the Landlord community right now and also, how being a Landlord has changed, and is changing!

If you are thinking about whether to get into ‘Buy to Let’, then Richard's personal advice will be very useful.

5 top challenges in the social housing sector

Posted on 18 Oct.

The latest Government reshuffle has seen the instalment of yet another new Communities and Housing Secretary. This time, the mantle has been taken up by Michael Gove and commentators have been quick to point out that he’s a minister who likes to get thing

A guide to Viewber’s (Green) Social Housing visits

Posted on 11 Oct.

Here’s how Viewbers are already helping to support the social housing sector.

The No. 1 thing that frightens buyers revealed

Posted on 07 Oct.

Some buyers are genuinely frightened about purchasing a home, reveals a new one-question survey, conducted by Viewber in September 2021.

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